I Was a Teenage Faust

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I Was a Teenage Faust
Directed by Thom Eberhardt
Produced by Rose Lam
Written by Thom Eberhardt
Starring Josh Zuckerman
Noel Fisher
Morgan Fairchild
Robert Townsend
Caroline Elliott
Distributed by Showtime Entertainment
Release date
December 15, 2002 (U.S.)
June 1, 2002 (Australia)
Running time
95 minutes
Country United States
Language English

I Was a Teenage Faust is a 2002 made-for-television film of an adolescent who sells his soul to the Devil to achieve popularity.[1] It was directed by Thom Eberhardt and although the film takes place in Indiana, it was filmed in south-western British Columbia.


The film follows the story of socially inept adolescent Brendan Willy (Josh Zuckerman) who lives in Indiana. When he desires the affections of Twyla Day (Caroline Elliott), Mr. Five, (Robert Townsend) a tempter from Hell, approaches Brendan with an offer to make him popular.


  1. ^ "I Was a Teenage Faust". The New York Times.

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